To check out the second teams for medium schools and small schools, you need to be a Gold Club member. There are 60 more players with honors. It’s less than $2 per month and we’ll be adding more exclusive premium content featuring the state’s top players, teams and historical features very soon....
To check out the second and third teams for juniors and the second team for sophomores, you need to be a Gold Club member. There are 120 more players listed with honors. It’s less than $2 per month and we’ll be adding more exclusive premium football content featuring the state’s top players, teams and historical...
The wow factor is the difference as Serra of Gardena standout becomes honoree for 2013 and joins all-time state list that dates back more than 100 years and includes numerous NFL Hall of Famers.
Check inside this post for the honorees who have been chosen among juniors, sophomores, medium schools and small schools. One school has nabbed two of these four player of the year selections.
This final group of players are all from the CIF Southern Section. It is part of the process toward selection of the 35th annual Cal-Hi Sports All-State Football Teams. We are also open to get additional nominees from parents, coaches and fans.
Notre Dame of Sherman Oaks senior repeats as the Cal-Hi Sports State Boys Athlete of the Year with another sensational pair of football and track seasons. He’s the first repeater on the all-time state list in 99 years.
Khalfani Muhammad is Division III so four other divisional honorees needed to be chosen. There’s also state bests among juniors, sophomores, freshmen. One athlete is in both groups.
We ended up with five catchers, just three outfielders and plenty of the usual pitchers and multi-purpose players. These 30 represent the best of the best in California for 2013, regardless of year in school or size of school.
Our 33rd annual all-state teams package for baseball includes 31 players named second team overall plus 35 more who are third team. The third team, however, is only for seniors and only for large schools.
Check here for what we believe were our most difficult choices, plus a look back at the 2003 all-state team, which MLB All-Star was on it and more names of top sophomores and freshmen....